2012–13 Azerbaijan Premier League

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Azerbaijan Premier League
Season2012–13
Champions Neftchi (8th title)
Relegated Kəpəz, Turan
Champions League Neftchi
Europa League Qarabağ
Khazar
Inter Baku
Matches played192
Goals scored467 (2.43 per match)
Top goalscorer Nicolás Canales
(26 goals)
Biggest home win Neftchi 8–1 Sumgayit
Biggest away win Sumgayit 1–6 Qarabağ
Highest scoring Neftchi 8–1 Sumgayit
(9 goals)
Longest winning run5 games
Neftchi, Qarabağ
Longest unbeaten run11 games
Qarabağ
Longest losing run9 games
Kəpəz
Highest attendance11,000
Khazar 2–3 Inter
(12 February 2013) [1]
Lowest attendance30
Turan 0–2 Azal
(20 October 2012) [2]
Average attendance5,462
2013–14

The 2012–13 Azerbaijan Premier League was the twenty first season of the Premier League since its establishment in 1992. The season began on 4 August 2012 and finished on 20 May 2013. Neftchi Baku are the defending champions, having won the previous season.

Contents

No club from 2012–13 Azerbaijan First Division was directly promoted.

Teams

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Location of teams in 2012–13 Azerbaijan Premier League

A total of 12 teams will contest the league, including 12 sides from the 2011–12 season, which means two teams will not be promoted from the 2011–12 Azerbaijan First Division. [3]

On 10 April 2012, FK Qaradağ sealed promotion to league after winning first division. [4] However, due decision of AFFA about licensing, no clubs from division will be promoted which means all clubs from last season will be remaining in the league. [5] [6]

Stadia and locations

Note: Table lists in alphabetical order.
TeamLocationVenueCapacity [7]
AZAL Baku AZAL Stadium 3,000
Baku BakuFC Baku's Training Base2,000
Gabala Gabala Gabala City Stadium 4,000
Inter Baku Shafa Stadium 8,000
Kəpəz Ganja Ganja City Stadium 25,000
Khazar Lankaran Lankaran City Stadium 15,000
Neftchi Baku Bakcell Arena 11,000
Qarabağ Baku Tofig Bahramov Stadium 31,200
Ravan Baku Baku Bayil Stadium 5,000
Simurq Zaqatala Zaqatala City Stadium 3,500
Sumgayit Sumqayit Mehdi Huseynzade Stadium 16,000
Turan Tovuz Tovuz City Stadium 6,800

Personnel and sponsoring

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

TeamManagerTeam captainKit manufacturerShirt sponsor
AZAL Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Vagif Sadygov Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Jahangir Hasanzade Umbro Silk Way
Baku Flag of Serbia.svg Božidar Bandović Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Elvin Mammadov Macron
Gabala Flag of Spain.svg Luis Aragón (caretaker) Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Vurğun Hüseynov Erreà Hyundai
Inter Baku Flag of Georgia.svg Kakhaber Tskhadadze Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Vladimir Levin Umbro IBA
Kəpəz Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Mahmud Gurbanov Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Khayal Zeynalov Adidas Nakhchivan Car Factory
Khazar Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg John Toshack Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Rahid Amirguliyev Puma Palmali
Neftchi Baku Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Boyukagha Hajiyev Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Rashad Sadigov Adidas SOCAR
Qarabağ Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Gurban Gurbanov Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Rashad Sadygov AdidasAzersun
Ravan Baku Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Ramil Aliyev Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Tural Akhundov Legea NBC Bank
Simurq Flag of Georgia.svg Giorgi Chikhradze Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Rasim Ramaldanov Umbro
Sumgayit Flag of Germany.svg Bernhard Raab Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Samir Abbasov UmbroAzerkimya
Turan Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Afghan Talybov Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Hafiz AliyevUmbroBank of Azerbaijan

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoing managerManner of departureDate of vacancyPosition in tableIncoming managerDate of appointment
Ravan Baku Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Bahman HasanovSacked8 June 2012 [8] Pre-season Flag of Turkey.svg Cevat Güler 12 July 2011 [8]
Baku Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Novruz Azimov19 July 2012 [9] Flag of Serbia.svg Božidar Bandović 19 July 2012 [9]
Kəpəz Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Fuad IsmayilovResigned19 August 2012 [10] 12th Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Mahmud Gurbanov 19 August 2012 [10]
Ravan Baku Flag of Turkey.svg Cevat Güler Sacked25 August 2012 [11] 8th Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Bahman Hasanov25 August 2012
Ravan Baku Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Bahman HasanovEnd of tenure as caretaker24 September 2012 [12] 11th Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Kemal Alispahić 24 September 2012 [12]
Gabala Flag of Turkey.svg Fatih KavlakSacked24 September 2012 [13] 5th Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Ramiz Mammadov 24 September 2012 [14]
Turan Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Asgar Abdullayev Resigned12 October 2012 [15] 10th Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Afghan Talybov12 October 2012 [15]
Khazar Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Yunis Huseynov 31 October 2012 [16] 7th Flag of Spain.svg Erik Roqueta Capilla (caretaker)1 November 2012
Khazar Flag of Spain.svg Erik Roqueta CapillaEnd of tenure as caretaker14 November 20124th Flag of Spain.svg Carles Martorell Baqués14 November 2012 [17]
Ravan Baku Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Kemal Alispahić Sacked21 December 201211th Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Ramil Aliyev21 December 2012
Khazar Flag of Spain.svg Carles Martorell BaquésResigned26 February 2013 [18] 7th Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg John Toshack 8 March 2013 [19]
Gabala Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Ramiz Mammadov Sacked2 April 2013 [20] 6th Flag of Spain.svg Luis Aragón (caretaker)2 April 2013

First round

League table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Neftçi Baku 2214264724+2344Qualification for championship group
2 Inter Baku 2211832412+1241
3 Qarabağ 2210933019+1139
4 Simurq 229942515+1036
5 Gabala 229582627132
6 Baku 2261242415+930
7 AZAL 227873225+729Qualification for relegation group
8 Khazar Lankaran 227783227+528
9 Turan 22651124351123
10 Sumgayit 22571020391922
11 Ravan Baku 22641223361322
12 Kapaz 22241612453310
Source: Association of Football Federations of Azerbaijan and Soccerway.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.

Results

Home \ Away AZL BAK KAP INT KHA SIM NEF QAR GAB RAV SUM TUR
AZAL 2–13–00–00–21–11–26–26–13–11–10–0
Baku 2–03–10–02–00–01–20–01–12–11–11–1
Kapaz 0–20–00–20–11–10–30–01–00–20–01–2
Inter Baku 0–01–03–10–01–01–11–12–12–01–02–0
Khazar Lankaran 1–21–14–02–30–2 2–1 2–01–14–02–24–2
Simurq 1–10–02–11–02–20–20–01–13–01–03–0
Neftçi Baku 4–21–14–12–0 2–1 2–10–13–02–02–12–1
Qarabağ 2–01–13–10–01–02–11–01–20–03–01–1
Gabala 0–00–22–01–02–00–12–11–11–34–10–1
Ravan Baku 1–01–11–20–21–10–22–02–31–32–32–0
Sumgayit 2–21–02–10–01–10–13–21–60–10–10–1
Turan 1–00–45–12–32–11–12–30–10–22–20–1
Source: Soccerway: Azerbaijan Premier League Table
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Second round

Championship group

The top six teams of the first phase participate in this group, which will decide which team will win the championship. Additionally, teams in this group compete for one 2013–14 Champions League and two Europa League spots.

The winners will qualify for the Champions League Second qualifying round, with the runners-up and third place team earning a spot in the Europa League first qualifying round.

Table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification
1 Neftçi Baku (C)3219585932+2762Qualification for Champions League second qualifying round
2 Qarabağ 32161154326+1759Qualification for Europa League first qualifying round
3 Inter Baku 3216973822+1657
4 Simurq 32121283226+648
5 Baku 3291493327+641
6 Gabala 32108143240838
Source: Soccerway.com
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(C) Champion.

Results

Home \ Away BAK GAB INT NEF QAR SIM
Baku 0–11–21–10–12–1
Gabala 1–11–21–10–21–1
Inter Baku 2–11–00–10–05–0
Neftçi Baku 0–12–12–01–21–1
Qarabağ 3–11–03–21–20–0
Simurq 0–12–01–00–11–0
Source: Soccerway
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Relegation group

The bottom six teams of the first phase will determine the teams to be relegated to the 2013–14 Azerbaijan First Division. The two teams who finish in 11th and 12th position will be relegated to the 2013–14 Azerbaijan First Division. [21]

Table

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsQualification or relegation
7 AZAL 3216975732+2557
8 Khazar Lankaran 321010124037+340Qualification for Europa League first qualifying round [lower-alpha 1]
9 Ravan Baku 32124164653740
10 Sumgayit 32981531491835
11 Turan (R)32861834592530Relegation to Azerbaijan First Division
12 Kapaz (R)32542322644219
Source: Association of Football Federations of Azerbaijan
Rules for classification: 1) points; 2) goal difference; 3) number of goals scored.
(R) Relegated.
Notes:
  1. Khazar Lankaran qualified for the first qualifying round of the 2013–14 UEFA Europa League as winner of the 2012–13 Azerbaijan Cup.

Results

Home \ Away AZL KAP KHA RAV SUM TUR
AZAL 4–02–03–21–02–0
Kapaz 1–31–23–11–00–1
Khazar Lankaran 1–11–01–20–01–0
Ravan Baku 3–53–01–03–01–0
Sumgayit 0–21–01–04–14–0
Turan 0–23–52–22–62–1
Source: Soccerway
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Season statistics

Top scorers

As of 14 May 2013
RankPlayerClubGoals
1 Flag of Chile.svg Nicolás Canales Neftchi Baku26
2 Flag of Brazil.svg NildoAZAL21
3 Flag of Argentina.svg Juan Varea Ravan Baku14
4 Flag of Brazil.svg Richard Almeida Qarabağ13
5 Flag of Mali.svg Salif BalloTuran12
6 Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Pardis Fardjad-Azad Sumgayit9
7 Flag of Ukraine.svg Yuriy Fomenko Kəpəz / Inter Baku8
Flag of Georgia.svg Bachana Tskhadadze Inter Baku8
Flag of Sierra Leone.svg Julius Wobay Neftchi Baku8
10 Flag of Morocco.svg Zouhir BenouahiAZAL7
11 Flag of Bosnia and Herzegovina.svg Mario Božić Simurq6
Flag of Brazil.svg Flavinho Neftchi Baku6
Flag of Romania.svg Marius Pena Baku6
Flag of Lithuania.svg Mindaugas Kalonas Ravan Baku6
Flag of Greece.svg Dimitris Sialmas Khazar6
Flag of Senegal.svg Victor Mendy Gabala6

Source: Azerbaijan Premier League

Hat-tricks

PlayerForAgainstResultDate
Flag of Brazil.svg Nildo4AZALQarabağ6–2 [22] 16 September 2012
Flag of Chile.svg Nicolás Canales 4Neftchi BakuSumgayit8–1 [23] 17 November 2012
Flag of Mali.svg Salif BalloTuranKəpəz5–1 [24] 2 December 2012
Flag of Azerbaijan.svg Pardis Fardjad-Azad 4SumgayitTuran4–0 [25] 11 March 2013
Flag of Argentina.svg Juan Varea Ravan BakuTuran6–2 [26] 30 March 2013

Scoring

Clean sheets

Discipline

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